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Period one week early & lasted 3 days, should I be worried

I am new here, I had unprotected sex between the 9th and 11th of June. My period normally comes on the 26th but it came on the 20th and only lasted 3 days. Now I am having a light brown discharge, is this any cause for concern?
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the only way you will know is if you take a test. it may be just an off period or implantation bleeding.
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I took a home test yesterday and it it came out negative.
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I was on femodene for 2 weeks, stopped it on 9 June, then on 12 June I had my 'periods', while my actual periods came on 31 May. I have been having unprotected sex almost everyday or every second day with my man. I am actually confused about when my real periods have to come, either tomorrow or around the 10 July. But since last night I have been cramping, plus a pain on my left lover abdomen. During the day, i had some nausea which lasted for a few seconds, i felt like i was about to throw up. I did a pregnancy test today and it came out negative, I know it was too early to test. So i wonder if these are menstrual cramps or implantation cramping. I have been trying for a baby for some time now. And after hysteroscopy and myomectomy (done on 11 April 2013), i was told my chances of conceiving are higher. If this cramping is menstrual sign, then it means i will be seeing my periods 3 times in a month, huh! The thought of seeing my periods is scary! Baby dust on me!!!
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